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are your sources or people in the mlb circle saying about this, whether, you know, what he says has any truth? >> yeah. there might be some traction to that. you know, for every 50 games a-rod gets suspended, the yankees sustain $7 million. you can do the math. 215 games for the suspension, the yankees say, clear over $30 million for that suspension and that's why people are suggesting to a-rod, yankees in major league baseball saying ban for life. suspend him for as long as possible saving money with him off the field and the suspension, you're suspended without pay. your contract for the time of the suspension is void. so, that's another reason a-rod is saying they were conspireing with major league baseball to keep him off the field to save money if he's not playing. >> all right. andy sholes, thank you for being with us. if you want more information on this and the pending game that a-rod is scheduled to play in tomorrow, go to thanks so much, andy. appreciate it. >> no problem. >>> a big story we're following today, 22 u.s. embassies and consulates closed. ameri
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two weeks after mlb, just kidding, i know that, bud selig suspended a-rod, discussion, bob, why are you laughing? >> this would be like me doing a segment on cooking. really. >> okay. here's the deal, eric, rodriguez apparently his camp which we think is like his management team, pr people, gave documents and information about ryan braun and teammate francisco cervelli, said they were involved in the biogenesis scandal. america wants to know. >> it is kind of important. >> is he a snitch? >> he is perceived, he will be perceived as a snitch, a rat. can you imagine being in the yankee clubhouse, thinking people leaked that one of your teammates was using steroids, couple other high profile players, tough for yankees fans and tough for baseball in general. this is one of the reasons i honestly believe this, stop putting the stigma on steroids. >> doesn't make for real athletes. they're robotics. >> again, you can't police it. most of them are doing it anyway. why are you picking out three or four -- >> i want to know more about the details that happened from dana. >> all i know is
association by no means was that softening there for the statement from michael weiner, the head of the mlb pa after the suspension was doled out where he said a-rod was not treated fairly. they think bud selig went out of his power here. they are going to fight for alex rodrigu rodriguez. >> i like bud selig. the first time the guy used drugs, he broke the rules. he got caught. then he said he wouldn't do it again. then he got caught doing it again. he tried to cover it up and now he's finally caught and appealing. why would you take his side? why would anybody take his side unless they were a union shop steward. >> in this case, that's the case. does anybody who's objective take his side? >> it's not a matter of taking rodriguez' side. he is due rights. he was not going to take the medicine that major league baseball was doling out, swallow it and in essence ending his career. you don't think he's coming out after being out of baseball for two years and say you know what, i'll take my $61 million and go home. in all due respect to bud selig and the owners, baseball profited during the years
. >> joining me now by phone mlb baseball's peter gammons. what i found interesting talking to negro league players and also modern players, if there's one sea change it's that players are more outspoken about what's going on. >> absolutely, chuck. if you go, not following relationship between major league baseball and players' association for a long time, going back to marvin biller, roberts found him, what they had to battle through against baseball ownership. i understand that. became such a lightning rod in the late '90s, early part of this century. the union which was very much based in the national labor relations board fought ideas of any testing whatsoever. what's happened is -- i don't know how much the union is going to be ruptured, but the sea change is players have risen and said the union hurt us in many ways because it had an uneven playing field. we want it leveled. they have been so outspoken. michael weiner running the has responded very strongly with them. a-rod is a little different case because there is that feeling that maybe bud selig went overboard on rodriguez but th
number but that's what they calculated his batting average would have been without the drugs. >> mlb baseball suspended him a total of 211 games. otherwise known as what a single baseball game feels like. >> it grew last suspicious last summer when rodriguez won his seventh tour de france. >> he said is he going to appeal the decision and keep playing. even anthony weiner was like, man, some people just don't know when to quit. just get out! it starts with something little, like taking a first step. and then another. and another. and if you do it. and your friends do it. and their friends do it... soon we'll be walking our way to awareness, support and an end to alzheimer's disease. and that? that would be big. grab your friends and family and start a team today. register at [ male announcer ] it's a golden opportunity to discover a hybrid from the luxury car company that understands that one type of hybrid isn't right for everyone. come to the lexus golden opportunity sales event and choose from one of five lexus hybrids that's right for you, including the lexus es and ct hy
school dance programs she attended. >>mark:a new deadline for the m-l-b stars facing suspensions for their ties to performance- enhancing drugs. monday appears to be the new deadline for new york yankee alex rodriguez and 13- others to accept their suspensions. negotiations between rodriguez are stuck on a- rods desire to make sure he can cash out on at least some of the remaining 100- can cash out on at least some [ male announcer ]00- this is bob, a regular guy with an irregular heartbeat. the usual, bob? not today. [ male announcer ] bob has afib: atrial fibrillation not caused by a heart valve problem, a condition that puts him at greater risk for a stroke. [ gps ] turn left. i don't think so. [ male announcer ] for years, bob took warfarin, and made a monthly trip to the clinic to get his blood tested. but not anymore. bob's doctor recommended a different option: once-a-day xarelto®. xarelto® is the first and only once-a-day prescription blood thinner for patients with afib not caused by a heart valve problem, that doesn't require routine blood monitoring. like warfarin, x
braun and another fore their drug usage. this information comes to light two weeks after mlb commissioner commissioner -- just kidding bud selig suspended a-rod for 211 games costing him more than $30 million in salary. discuss. bob, why are you laughing? >> it really? >> here is the deal. rodriguez's camp which is like his management team and pr people had documents about ryan braun and team mace francisco serbelli and were involved in the eio genesis scandal. >> it is kind of important. >> is he a snitch? >> he will be perceived as a snitch or a rat. can you imagine being in that yankee clubhouse thinking your people leaked one of your teammates was using steroids and a couple of other high-profile baseball players? it will be tough for him there and tough in the yankee stands. it will be tough for hem in baseball in -- for him in baseball in general. i hahn -- believe you have to stop put the stigma on steroids. >> it doesn't make for real athletes. they are robotics. >> again. you can't police it. most are doing it anyway. why pick out three or four guys? >> i want to kno
. i really don't think he deserves that. but mlb needs to make an example of somebody because otherwise this is just going to happen tomorrow next year following on. >> reporter: a source familiar with negotiations tell us monday will be the day the announcement is made. the thinking being that players whose teams are likely to make the playoffs will have fulfilled their suspension if it starts monday. >> don dahler, thanks. >>> cleveland kidnapper ariel castro starting the first day of his 1,000-year prison sentence. in court, castro apologized but he also said the fbi should have caught him earlier. he went on to describe a happy home. as dean reynolds reports, one of his victims set the record straight. >> nobody shoulder have to go through what i went through, nor anybody else not even the worst enemy. >> reporter: she is 32 now, the longest held captive. >> day turned into night. night turned into day. years turned into eternity. >> reporter: beginning in 2002 she suffered five miscarriages in captivity, each one brought on by either beatings or starv
masters, have a good day. [laughter] cheryl: well, the business, the business of baseball, mlb commissioner bud selig's call on just how hard baseball will come down on a-rod and others in the steroid scandal expected at any moment. no guidance at this point, but we are expecting something from bud selig. millions on the line for a-rod and these other players mixed up with the florida lab. this dates back to january. we've got senior correspondent dun son pyle and charles payne. charles, he is still owed at this point $8.5 million, charles, from the yankees, that's for the rest of his salary, another 28 million for the last four years of his contract. all of that is in jeopardy now, correct? >> well, it's all in jeopardy particularly if there's a lifetime ban. apparently, that's one of the things they've been trying to negotiate with him, if he would sent a deal, you know, whatever their deal is and not fight back, then he would still be able to resume his career after next season, if not, they'll try to come down harder. we're essentially talking about a gigant
me, san diego. >> keep it classy. >> keep it classy, san diego. >> mlb is prepared to ban a-rod for life. >> oh. >> know who is happiest about this, yankee fans. they want him to go away. >> all right. >> let's go right now to chief white house correspondent for politico mike allen here with the morning playbook. mike, the president was facing some resistance from house democrats yesterday over his possible pick for the fed chairman during yesterday's meeting. of course we had a lot of congressmen not wanting larry summers to be the next fed chairman and, in fact, one congressman, walked to the microphone and said larry summers, bad choice. president obama reportedly told the session not to believe everything they read on-line and said he was being made out to be a, quote, progressive whipping boy and added summers was the rock of gill bra tar to try to work through the policies and turn the economy around and i'm not going to stand idly by and let his name disparaged and reputation trashed because people have a political agenda about who should or should not be the chairman
. joining me now sports attorney steve olnick. >> thanks for having me. >> we don't know how much the mlb has on rodriguez but rye are there rumors of such a lengthy suspension? >> what happens is normally and typically how they get suspended is through especially in this particular instance is through the joint drug agreement but now the major league baseball is getting a little crafty and trying to go through the collective bargaining agreement whereby they're able to essentially suspend him for anything that is detrimental to the league so the process is we're going to suspend based off this evidence that who knows like you said they have in which they can have the right to suspend him. >> okay, and we know that a-rod has been, you know, quite very vociferous about that happening and what that implies if it happens. that said, steve, if he is found guilty of using performance-enhancing drugs, how much money does he still have coming at him, and can you understand how the yankees would feel like really, we have to pay him upwards of maybe $100 million for nothing? >> correct. and that's
of using steroids who admitted to it fall back in the same category knowing that mlb is looking at him closely? i think only an idiot would do that. >> reporter: only candid fans come from new york, heather. heather: that is true. adam housley, thank you. bill: home against detroit on friday night. we'll see how yankees fans react >>> word from mike emanuel on president george bush, 43 now. apparently he had a procedure yesterday in dallas. this was a statement put out moments ago, reading now, during president george w. bush's examination in the cooper clinic in dallas, a blockage discovered in the an artery in his heart. it continues, at the recommendation of his doctors, president bush agreed to have a extent placed to open the blockage. the procedure was performed successfully this morning without complication at texas health presbyterian hospital, dated august 6th. that would be this morning. president bush is in high spirits and eager to return home tomorrow to resume his normal schedule on thursday. he is grateful to the skilled medical professionals who cared for him. he thanks
contract. a-rod came to the negotiating table after mlb said it was considering a lifetime ban. rodriguez has maintained he has no connection to the biogenesis clinic. he is scheduled to return to the field for a rehab game. this game with the trenton thunder. >> the red sox coming off a 15-inning walk-off win on wednesday but last night. >> oh, no. >> down by five runs going into the ninth against the mariners, possible not in boston. sox would load the bases for shane victorino who punches it through the second base side. two runs score. johnny gomes would tie with a base hit up the middle and with the bases loaded still one out, daniel nava had a chance to win it all. sn>> nava hits it in the air to centerfield. deep and far and that ball is going to land in the red sox have an amazing come-from-behind victory on what turns out to be a magical night for fenway. >> tell you what he was doing. >> larry lucchino. >> sat in the same seat, in the same position until that team won because that's -- you don't move when they start winning. it's bad luck. >> probably pacing back and forth. >> i
they calculated his batting average would have been without the drugs. >> mlb baseball suspended him a total of 211 games, otherwise known as what a single baseball game feels like. the league grew more suspicious last summer when rodriguez won his seventh tour de france. >> but he said he's going to appeal the decision and keep playing. even anthony weiner was like, man, some people just don't know when to quit. just get out. >> wow. >> long season for a-rod. >> he does not wreak of winner-ness. >> major league baseball cracked down. a-rod hit the hardest. the third baseman got a suspension of 211 games, which officially begins on thursday but a-rod will continue to play with the yankees while he appeals the league's decision. that will probably not come until after the season. you can expect if he stays healthy to see a-rod on the field for the season. at the game in chicago last night, a-rod met with a chorus of boos. he went 1 for 4, hit a single, a bloop single in his first at-bat. the yankees lost 8-1 to the terrible white sox. a-rod may be the headline in all this but major league bas
of this calendar year. it means he can play through the rest of the season. mlb has declined comment but the head of the player's union says the suspension is, quote, way out of line. the yankees were in chicago last night trying to avoid a three-game sweep. bottom of the ninth. that's mariana rivera in the game. adam dunn slaps a single to tie the game, 4-4. mariana's third blown save of the year. going to the 12th inning, the yankees trying to hold on to a one-run lead. alejandro dehas knocks it off the wall. they get the walk-off win and sweep. can you believe this, the yankees are 11 1/2 games behind first place boston who beat the astros last night. the red hot braves going for their 13th straight win against the nationals. top of the eighth, game tied at 3-3. jason heyward finds the hole for a simm. braves up, bottom of the ninth, nates threatening with the bases loaded. kimbrel, what's he going to do with wilson ramos. he lines out. braves win, 13 consecutive victories for the atlanta braves. they are 15 1/2 games up on the second place washington nationals. another streak in cleveland wit
," will the mlb let a-rod play another game? the yankees slugger says he's returning to baseball, but new reports say he's about to get hit with a big-time suspension tomorrow. my asthma's under control. i get out a lot... except when it's too cold. like the last three weekends. asthma doesn't affect my job... you missed the meeting again last week! it doesn't affect my family. your coughing woke me up again. i wish you'd take me to the park. i don't use my rescue inhaler a lot... depends on what you mean by a lot. coping with asthma isn't controlling it. test your level of control at, then talk to your doctor. there may be more you could do for your asthma. like carpools... polly wants to know if we can pick her up. yeah, we can make room. yeah. [ male announcer ] space. yes, we're loving this communal seating. it's great. [ male announcer ] the best thing to share? a data plan. at&t mobile share for business. one bucket of data for everyone on the plan, unlimited talk and text on smart phones. now, everyone's in the spirit of sharing. hey, can i borrow your boat this weeken
have said something on friday that really irked the officials at mlb because -- >> he said a series of things. he doesn't trust the yankees. he comes out every now and then and says things. >> he doesn't trust the yankees. how can the yankees trust him? there's no taking ownership of anything except for the money. and that's the problem with a-rod is people, for some reason, people don't like him. and andy pettitte -- >> jealousy about the money? >> i think andy pettitte, they said, had an arm injury. took some drugs. wasn't supposed to. admitted to it and stopped using and went on the field and everyone loves andy pettitte because he's a loveable guy. >> i love him. i've actually met him. they are adorable. >> we had them on even. >> that's right. but at another event when he was being honored. salvation army honored him one year. this guy for some reason there's this arrogance, hubris, this whole other vibe going. people don't like him. that's part of it. they're not rooting for him. >> if he comes back after the season and a half of being banned, he'll be about -- he'll be 40. an
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